Is arbitration the future when resolving family disputes?
Our family lawyers can advise you on the options available to you with a view to ensuring that on any divorce or separation the legal matters are dealt with as sensitively and efficiently as possible. We are mindful of the impact a divorce may have upon the individual as well as the family and therefore our approach is sensitive and practical.
Couples may separate without commencing divorce proceedings and simply wish to know the effects of separation and the options available to them. Our team of solicitors offer practical and supportive advice to enable you to decide which route you would like to take. Our approach to our work is conciliatory at all times in order to financial cost to a minimum.
If you decide that you do wish to divorce, we will guide you through the steps involved in the divorce process and keep you fully informed throughout the proceedings. At such a time you will benefit from the objective advice of experienced professionals who can look after your interests and who will ensure that all matters have been covered.
We will explain what the likely costs are going to be and then keep you informed regularly to enable you to monitor your expenditure.
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